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1 CONTENTS Foreword Preface Advisory Committee National Level Project Team Associated NCERT Project Staff Other Reports of the 7 th AISES Introduction 1 Highlights on Teachers and their Qualifications 7 NATIONAL TABLES 1. Managementwise number of teaching posts sanctioned and full-time teachers in position Statewise number of teaching posts sanctioned and full-time teachers in position Managementwise number of teachers in schools : Primary Schools Managementwise number of teachers in schools : Upper Primary Schools Managementwise number of teachers in schools : Secondary Schools Managementwise number of teachers in schools : Higher Secondary Schools Managementwise number of teachers in schools : All Schools Statewise number of teachers in schools : Primary Schools Statewise number of teachers in schools : Upper Primary Schools Statewise number of teachers in schools : Secondary Schools Statewise number of teachers in schools : Higher Secondary Schools Statewise number of teachers in schools : All Schools Managementwise primary schools according to number of full-time teachers in position Statewise primary schools according to number of full-time teachers in position Managementwise number of full-time teachers in schools : Primary Schools 61 iii v vii viii ix x

2 xii 16. Managementwise number of full-time teachers in schools : Upper Primary Schools Managementwise number of full-time teachers in schools : Secondary Schools Managementwise number of full-time teachers in schools : Higher Secondary Schools Managementwise number of full-time teachers in schools : All Schools Statewise number of full-time teachers in schools : Primary Schools Statewise number of full-time teachers in schools : Upper Primary Schools Statewise number of full-time teachers in schools : Secondary Schools Statewise number of full-time teachers in schools : Higher Secondary Schools Statewise number of full-time teachers in schools : All Schools Statewise number of head teachers/head masters in schools by sex and social class : Primary Schools Statewise number of head teachers/head masters in schools by sex and social class : Upper Primary Schools Statewise number of head masters/principals in schools by sex and social class : Secondary Schools Statewise number of head masters/principals in schools by sex and social class : Higher Secondary Schools Statewise full-time teachers teaching predominantly at different stages of school education Number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Primary Stage Number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Upper Primary Stage Number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Secondary Stage Number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Higher Secondary Stage Number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : All Stages Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Primary Stage - Rural Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Primary Stage Urban 137

3 xiii 37. Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Primary Stage - Total Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Upper Primary Stage Rural State-wise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Upper Primary Stage - Urban Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Upper Primary Stage - Total Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Secondary Stage - Rural Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Secondary Stage - Urban Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Secondary Stage - Total Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Higher Secondary Stage - Rural Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Higher Secondary Stage - urban Statewise number of full-time teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly, academic qualifications and training : Higher Secondary Stage - Total Managementwise number of teachers who attended in-service/ refresher course during Managementwise number of teachers who attended in-service/ refresher course during Statewise number of teachers who attended in-service/refresher course during Statewise number of teachers who attended in-service/refresher course during Number of para-teachers according to academic qualifications Statewise number of para teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly : Primary Stage Statewise number of para teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly : Upper Primary Stage Statewise number of para teachers according to stage at which teaching predominantly : Primary or Upper Primary Stage 232

4 xiv 55. Statewise number of para teachers who attended specially designed training programmes Managementwise number of schools having teachers exclusively for physical education/physical training/yoga Statewise number of schools having teachers exclusively for physical education/physical training/yoga Managementwise Pupil-teacher ratio in different categories of schools Statewise pupil-teacher ratio in different categories of schools 252 ANNEXURES Annexure 1 : School Information Form-1 (SIF-1) 257 Annexure 2 : School Information Form-2 (SIF-2) 274 Annexure 3 : Concepts and Definitions 295 Annexure 4 : Educational Pattern in States/Union Territories 300 Annexure 5 : State Directors of Survey 301 Annexure 6 : State Survey Officers 304 Annexure 7 : State NIC Officers 308 Annexure 8 : Equivalence between National Table Numbers of 310 this Report and that of Tables on the Website (

5 INTRODUCTION The contribution of the surveys at micro as well as at macro-level planning of school education is well recognised. Over a period of time, educational surveys have acquired important status and are a major source of educational statistics for different organisations at national as well as at international levels. The present All India School Education Survey, seventh in the series of All India Educational Surveys (AIESs), was conducted with reference date as 30 September The data from States/ Union Territories were collected with the active participation of states. The survey covered lakh schools functioning in 5.87 lakh villages and around 5.3 thousand towns/urban areas. It also provided information about 55.3 lakh teachers imparting education to more than 20 crore pupils in the country. The survey is comprehensive in its scope as it covers all aspects of school education in all States/UTs. It provides certain basic inputs such as identification of school-less habitations, their population and distance at which schooling facility is available in addition to number of other important educational statistics required for planning and management of school education. The present survey also covers some new features of the emerging areas of concern whose details are given in subsequent section. The entire national data of the survey has been presented in nine reports mentioned in earlier part of this report. Objectives of the 7 th Survey The objectives of the survey are as follows : 1. To assess the availability of schooling facility for primary, upper-primary, secondary and higher secondary stages within the habitations (including SC/ST) in different population slabs. In case the facility is not available within the habitation, the distance at which it is available. 2. To assess availability of basic facilities in the recognised schools such as building, classrooms, drinking water, electricity, urinals, lavatories, furniture for students and teachers, incentive schemes and beneficiaries, medical checkup and vaccination/inoculation of students. 3. To know class-wise enrolment (Total, SC, ST, educationally backward minority community and children with disabilities by sex) in primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary stages of recognised schools. 4. To know the number of children with disabilities enrolled at primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary schools. 5. To find out the subjectwise enrolment, by sex in academic stream and availability of qualified teachers at higher secondary stage. 6. To know about the availability of science laboratory and library, physical education, teachers, librarians, guidance counsellors, non-teaching staff in the recognised secondary and higher secondary schools.

6 2 Seventh All India School Education Survey 7. To assess the position of teachers (by sex and by social category) with academic and professional qualifications at different school stages in recognised schools. 8. To find out distribution of recognised schools with regard to languages taught and languages used as medium of instruction. 9. To find out the enrolment and teachers in primary and upper primary classes of unrecognised schools. 10. To assess the position of enrolment and instructors in schools/centres under Education Guarantee Scheme and Alternative and Innovative Education (EGS&AIE). 11. To find out number of children and teachers by sex in pre-primary schools. 12. To know the disabilitywise enrolment, teachers, structural facilities, equipments and instructional material in special schools. 13. To find out the position of enrolment and teachers in oriental schools, viz., Maktabs, Madrasas and Sanskrit Pathshalas. 14. To estimate the classwise enrolment by single age, new entrants, promotees, repeaters, dropouts and gap between enrolment and attendance in the context of Universalisation of Elementary Education (UEE). Tools In order to achieve the above objectives, the following eight tools were used for the collection of data. Sl.No. Name of the Tool To be Canvassed in 1. Village Information Form (VIF) All villages 2. Urban Information Form (UIF) All urban Areas 3. School Information Form-1 (SIF-1) All recognised primary and upper primary schools 4. School Information Form-2 (SIF-2) All recognised secondary and higher secondary schools 5. College Information Form (CIF) All degree colleges with Classes XI and XII 6. Special School Information Form (SSIF) All special schools meant for children with disabilities 7. State Policies and Practices in School All states and Union Territories Education (SPPSE) 8. Post Enumeration School Information On an average 50 schools per Form (PESIF) district Note : A detachable flash sheet was attached to the tools i.e. VIF, SIF-1, SIF-2 and CIF for bringing out the report of Provisional Statistics.

7 Teachers and their Qualifications 3 Some New Features of the 7 th Survey Some new data items, in addition to the data items of 6 th All India Educational Survey, have been included to provide a comprehensive picture of the school education in general and elementary education in particular. These are as under : 1. Enrolment of educationally backward minority community (Muslims) in recognised schools, 2. Enrolment of children with disability in recognised schools, 3. Type of mid-day meal served in recognised primary schools, 4. Para-teachers and their qualifications in recognised schools, 5. Non-teaching staff in secondary and higher secondary schools, 6. Pre-vocational and vocational courses with enrolment in secondary and higher secondary schools respectively, 7. Enrolment and teachers in unrecognised schools, 8. Enrolment and teachers in Alternative Schools and Alternative and Innovative Education Centers, 9. Enrolment and teachers in oriental schools (Maktabs, Madrasas and Sanskrit Pathshalas), 10. Enrolment, teachers and structural facilities in Special Schools, and 11. State policies and practices in school education Further, the Post Enumeration Survey has been undertaken with the twin objectives : (i) (ii) To make an assessment of quality of 7 th All India School Education Survey. To estimate the class-wise enrolment by single age, promotees, repeaters, dropouts and gap between enrolment and attendance in the context of UEE. The first objective is achieved through re-collection of data on some of the items included in the first phase of the survey from a sample of schools. To achieve the second objective data have been collected on certain additional items such as repeaters, new entrants, enrolment and attendance of students on the day of visit to school by enumerator. Web technology using the NICNET facility was employed for monitoring the progress of different survey activities up to the district level. For this purpose, the NIC developed a website ( The NIC District Informatics Officer regularly updated the website on the basis of progress reports submitted by the District Survey Officer. The NCERT, NIC and each State/UT utilised this facility to monitor the progress of activities, and to take appropriate measures. Operational Aspects of the 7 th Survey At the national level, the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and National Informatics Centre (NIC) were responsible for the survey. MHRD

8 4 Seventh All India School Education Survey provided funds and administrative support for this project. NCERT undertook the responsibility of providing all academic inputs, management and coordination of survey activities, across States and UTs and preparation of the survey reports. NIC was assigned the responsibility of development of software for computerisation of data and generation of tables. Web hoisting of data was also the responsibility of NIC. An Advisory Committee under the Chairmanship of Director, NCERT was constituted to provide academic and administrative support in the execution and monitoring the progress of the survey. In each State/UT, a State Survey Unit was created and the State Survey Officer (SSO) was made responsible for the execution of all survey activities. Further, in the States, District Survey Unit was created in each district. In case of UTs, District Survey Units were not created and the work was executed by the UT Survey Unit. The District Survey Officer (DSO) was responsible for all the survey activities in the district. The Block/Town level Education Officer was responsible for data collection with the help of Headmasters/Principals. In case of class I cities, the data collection was organised at the Ward level. A Headmaster/Principal in the Ward was made in-charge for this purpose. The Block/Town level Officer was responsible for providing complete and error free data by undertaking manual scrutiny of filled-in tools with the help of teachers. Every State Government and Union Territory Administration constituted a State Level Monitoring and Review Committee headed by the Education Secretary for providing administrative and operational support to the State Survey Unit. In order to have close coordination between state and national teams, NCERT and NIC were also represented on these Committees. The State Survey Officer was the Member-Convener for the same. The present survey is different from the previous six surveys with regard to survey methodology also. For the first time, in this survey a post enumeration survey has been undertaken to establish the quality of survey data. Besides this, certain additional information regarding single agewise enrolment, new entrants, promotees, repeaters and attendance on the day of visit of the enumerator have been collected up to ementary stage. Like Sixth survey, the computerisation work was undertaken by NIC which accrued the following benefits. 1. The database of benchmark data has been created which will help in the storage and retrieval of voluminous data on different variables related to each and every primary unit, namely, the village, the town/city and the school. The agencies at the state and national level would be able to share these large database through the national communication network system. 2. Like the previous AIESs, blockwise up-to-date complete list of schools with postal addresses were prepared in advance for canvassing the school questionnaires and monitoring the progress. This time it has been stored on

9 Teachers and their Qualifications 5 computer for use. Needless to mention, this database would help in establishing a Management Information System(MIS) at the national, state and district levels. This MIS would help in developing the Directories of schools at the national /state/district/block level for ready use and reference. 3. This approach of MIS would also provide a platform to develop different kinds of up-to-date sampling frames in order to draw rigorous samples for conducting sample surveys. In this way, the data of sample surveys would provide supplementary, demonstrable and a firm basis for drawing valid conclusions which would, in turn, help in taking the right decisions. Gradually, the 7 th AISES would evolve into a more comprehensive validation exercise of generation of time-series indices on sound and scientific lines. 4. This new feature called for well-laidout design of the survey, training and its execution strategy at every stage of the survey. The details for training of the survey personnel, data collection, manual scrutiny of data, handling of forms, etc. were contained in the manual Guidelines for Survey Officers. For analysis plan and scrutiny of tables, separate manuals were prepared. The training programme for data collection methodology, data preparation, coding, data transcription, etc. were organised at the state level for the staff of the State Survey unit and for the District Survey Officers. The State/District Survey Officers in turn conducted a two day training programme for the block level officers. In addition to manual scrutiny of data and its validation for data transcription, special efforts were made to identify and correct the inconsistency within and between tables. The data in the tabulations were validated from the results of the Sixth AIES and also from other sources like census. The national level team made frequent visits to the states for supervisions of these operations and for providing guidance to the State Survey Officers and State NIC Officers. Dissemination of Data In earlier AIESs, the data were aggregated at the block, district, state and national levels. These aggregated data were available for the use at the respective state headquarters. States and UTs used to prepare analytical reports in the print form containing district level aggregated data. At the national level, the NCERT used to print the national report giving statewise information on most of the data items alongwith other classificatory variables, like, rural and urban areas, school management, gender, etc. from the third survey onward, NCERT has started publishing provisional statistics on important aspects much before the release of final data. In the 7 th AISES, a detachable sheet (Information For Flash Statistics) was developed and attached with VIF/UIF, SIF-1, SIF-2 and CIF to release statistics in advance. The data from this sheet were entered, validated and compiled to produce the Provisional Statistics. The statewise results were published in

10 6 Seventh All India School Education Survey the Provisional Statistics report in June 2005 The same were also made available on magnetic media in the form of CD. Also for wider dissemination, the database of survey on different parameters was hosted on a website giving educational statistics at the national, state and district levels. The final tabulation plan for VIF, UIF, SIF-1, SIF-2 and CIF tools provided information at the block, district, state and national levels. The tabulation plan for SSIF tools provides information at state and national levels. The national and state level tables based on data collected in census mode will be available in print form as National Tables and State Tables. Also, the data bases and tables, both at national level and state level, will be available on magnetic media with NCERT and NIC. These databases and tables would also be hosted on the website for its wider and global dissemination. The website also contains information on certain aspects, generally needed for planning at district level. Hence thirty district level tables for each district in a state are available on website serially numbered and D is prefixed to Sl. Number, which stands for District. It is pertinent to mention here that for the facilitation of the reader the identification number of each national table contained in this report has been changed and serialised as Table 1, Table 2 and so on, whereas, on the website the computerised output of the tables have the identification number used in all through the computerisation process. The title of the tables are exactly the same at both places. Therefore, for the help of the user of this report, the correspondence between the table numbers given in this report with that table numbers given on the website are listed in Annexure-8.

11 Teachers and their Qualifications 7 HIGHLIGHTS ON TEACHERS AND THEIR QUALIFICATIONS Salient findings with regard to teachers and their qualifications are as under. Teachers The total number of teachers (including para-teachers) in position as on the date of reference (30 September 2002) are 55,30,269, showing a growth of 31.75% from 6th survey (reference date: September 30, 1993). This growth is 28.83% for teachers of rural schools as against 37.88% for teachers of urban schools. The growth recorded for teachers of primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary schools are 17.88%, 39.90%, 19.79% and 69.52% respectively. The rural and urban disparity is more pronounced in the growth of secondary schools teachers. This growth of teachers in rural and urban secondary schools is 14.36% and 29.52% respectively. A slight improvement is observed with regard to providing teachers in primary schools in comparison to the 6th survey. There were 2.85 teachers per primary school in 6th survey which is 2.94 per primary school in the 7th survey. The percentage of teachers in private unaided schools has increased as compared to the 6th survey. The percentage of teachers in private unaided schools in primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in 6th survey was 8.32, 12.24, and respectively. The corresponding figures in 7th survey are 14.96, 24.92, and Out of 6,51,064 primary schools, 15.67% primary schools are having less than 2 teachers. However, the situation is better in comparison to the 6th survey where this percentage was In the 7th survey 19.04% of government primary schools and 13.54% of local body primary schools do have less than 2 teachers. There are 6,014 (0.92%) primary schools that do not have even a single teacher. Out of these 6,014 schools, 4,824 schools are managed by either government or local body. In the 6th survey, the number of primary schools having zero teachers was only 4,373 that amounts to 0.77%. The State/UTs having larger percentage of primary schools with zero teachers are Gujarat (5.23%) followed by Arunachal Pradesh (4.48%). The State/UTs having atleast one teacher in each primary school are Goa, Kerala, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, A & N Islands, Chandigarh, D & N Haveli, Daman & Diu, Lakshadweep and Pondichery. The percentage of female teachers in primary schools increased from in the 6th survey to in the 7th survey. There is a huge gap

12 8 Seventh All India School Education Survey between rural and urban percentage of female teachers in primary schools. This percentage in rural area is whereas in urban area, it is Similarly percentage of female teachers in rural upper primary schools is whereas in urban area, this figure is After combining the rural and urban figures the total figure is Percentage of female teachers in all schools is The corresponding rural and urban figures are 29.76% and 59.48% respectively. Comparison between State/UTs with respect to percentage of female teachers reveals that in case of primary schools this percentage is below 30 in States/UTs namely Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Tripura and West Bengal. In case of upper primary schools, this percentage is less than 30 in State/UTs namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chattisgarh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Qualification of Teachers Out of 25,33,205 full-time teachers teaching predominantly at primary stage, 78.59% teachers are trained and 4.62% teachers are having academic qualification below secondary. Out of 13,51,499 full-time teachers teaching predominantly at upperprimary stage, 80.76% teachers are trained and 20.13% teachers are having academic qualification as secondary or equivalent. Out of 10,51,733 full-time teachers teaching predominantly at secondary stage, 87.17% teachers are trained and 12.03% teachers are having academic qualification as higher secondary or equivalent. Out of 3,77,383 full-time teachers teaching predominantly at higher secondary stage, 83.26% teachers are trained and 18.83% teachers are having academic qualification as graduate or equivalent. Out of 1,46, 526 para-teachers teaching predominantly at primary stage, 3.60% teachers are having academic qualification as below secondary. Out of 69,923 para-teachers teaching predominantly at upper primary stage, 23.52% teachers are having academic qualification as secondary or equivalent. PTR of primary schools has increased from 40 (in 6th survey) to 42 in the 7th survey. The corresponding rural and urban figures are 44 and 36 respectively. PTR in case of upper primary schools has come down to 34 in the 7th survey from 36 in the 6th survey. PTR of secondary schools in the 7th survey is 30 remains same as in the 6th survey. Comparison of PTR of primary schools between State/UTs reveals that PTR is greater than 50 in States/UTs namely Bihar, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. In case of upper primary schools PTR is greater than 40 in Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, D & N Haveli. In case of secondary schools PTR is greater than 40 in Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal.

13 NATIONAL TABLES

14 TABLE 1 MANAGEMENTWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Management School Category Area Government Local Body Private Aided Private Unaided Total A B A B A B A B A B Rural 792, , , ,983 61,582 63, , ,676 1,461,748 1,506,594 Primary Urban 100, ,539 93,796 93,011 56,568 56, , , , ,981 Total 892, , , , , , , ,291 1,840,043 1,913,575 Rural 545, , , ,244 85,122 86, , ,898 1,142,769 1,113,385 Upper Primary Urban 97,217 93,734 78,483 78,556 70,378 69, , , , ,151 Total 642, , , , , , , ,856 1,596,103 1,580,536 Rural 266, ,069 77,644 84, , , , , , ,792 Secondary Urban 69,046 65,333 22,320 23, , , , , , ,768 Total 335, ,402 99, , , , , ,367 1,015, ,560 Rural 203, ,659 13,561 12, , ,066 59,595 64, , ,086 Higher Secondary Urban 178, ,624 22,124 21, , , , , , ,512 Total 382, ,283 35,685 34, , , , ,259 1,063,954 1,042,598 Rural 1,808,128 1,748, , , , , , ,264 3,699,064 3,665,857 Total Urban 445, , , , , , , ,509 1,816,763 1,864,412 Total 2,253,325 2,179,477 1,166,176 1,160, , ,535 1,133,056 1,252,773 5,515,827 5,530,269 Note : Full-time teachers include para-teachers also. :A- Sanctioned posts; B - Full-time teachers in position. Teachers and their Qualifications 11

15 TABLE 2 STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Category of Schools Sl. No. State / U.T. Area Primary Upper Primary Secondary Higher Secondary All Schools A B A B A B A B A B Andhra Pradesh Rural 126, ,610 63,152 80,692 70,048 83,237 13,301 16, , ,900 Urban 33,233 40,074 22,101 29,791 49,540 58,919 16,422 22, , ,586 Total 160, ,684 85, , , ,156 29,723 39, , ,486 2 Arunachal Pradesh Rural 2,218 2,537 1,885 2,070 1,308 1,425 1,268 1,143 6,679 7,175 Urban ,512 2,712 Total 2,848 3,206 2,559 2,815 1,720 1,899 2,064 1,967 9,191 9,887 3 Assam Rural 75,473 76,362 53,067 53,317 37,644 37,176 14,992 14, , ,365 Urban 8,877 9,027 4,264 4,312 8,044 7,664 7,684 7,397 28,869 28,400 Total 84,350 85,389 57,331 57,629 45,688 44,840 22,676 21, , ,765 4 Bihar Rural 90,184 74,505 67,848 47,030 24,434 19,040 3,178 3, , ,746 Urban 5,862 5,142 11,061 9,218 6,898 6,498 4,640 4,730 28,461 25,588 Total 96,046 79,647 78,909 56,248 31,332 25,538 7,818 7, , ,334 5 Chhattisgarh Rural 55,757 51,323 21,330 19,190 6,126 5,146 13,953 11,834 97,166 87,493 Urban 7,821 7,565 6,978 6,825 3,013 2,935 14,358 13,651 32,170 30,976 Total 63,578 58,888 28,308 26,015 9,139 8,081 28,311 25, , ,469 6 Goa Rural 1,400 1, ,663 2, ,775 4,757 Urban 1,138 1, ,268 3,262 1,105 1,099 5,727 5,714 Total 2,538 2, ,931 5,920 1,478 1,472 10,502 10, Seventh All India School Education Survey

16 TABLE 2 (Contd.) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Category of Schools Sl. No. State / U.T. Area Primary Upper Primary Secondary Higher Secondary All Schools A B A B A B A B A B Gujarat Rural 12,269 11, , ,537 17,935 15,580 17,317 15, , ,622 Urban 6,706 6,716 60,898 61,912 8,803 7,883 29,600 27, , ,953 Total 18,975 18, , ,449 26,738 23,463 46,917 42, , ,575 8 Haryana Rural 37,510 33,519 11,359 10,177 27,968 25,666 19,205 17,611 96,042 86,973 Urban 6,289 5,943 3,662 3,470 11,821 11,468 22,827 22,302 44,599 43,183 Total 43,799 39,462 15,021 13,647 39,789 37,134 42,032 39, , ,156 9 Himachal Pradesh Rural 30,325 27,918 10,423 9,486 11,953 10,867 14,156 12,894 66,857 61,165 Urban 1,216 1, ,439 2,387 5,069 4,957 9,267 9,043 Total 31,541 29,115 10,966 9,988 14,392 13,254 19,225 17,851 76,124 70, Jammu & Kashmir Rural 24,360 22,959 27,938 27,145 16,274 15,735 4,942 4,633 73,514 70,472 Urban 3,615 3,569 9,378 9,348 9,944 10,045 5,666 5,644 28,603 28,606 Total 27,975 26,528 37,316 36,493 26,218 25,780 10,608 10, ,117 99, Jharkhand Rural 34,068 28,183 25,970 19,584 7,726 5, ,637 54,514 Urban 2,499 2,226 8,291 7,064 5,901 5,331 6,581 6,606 23,272 21,227 Total 36,567 30,409 34,261 26,648 13,627 11,189 7,454 7,495 91,909 75, Karnataka Rural 53,660 50, , ,906 40,233 35,149 13,500 12, , ,356 Urban 10,319 9,900 54,410 52,179 37,727 36,406 19,291 18, , ,708 Total 63,979 59, , ,085 77,960 71,555 32,797 30, , ,064 Teachers and their Qualifications 13

17 TABLE 2 (Contd.) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Category of Schools Sl. No. State / U.T. Area Primary Upper Primary Secondary Higher Secondary All Schools A B A B A B A B A B Kerala Rural 33,553 32,738 36,923 36,262 30,495 30,189 48,197 47, , ,259 Urban 9,673 9,562 10,158 10,111 10,672 10,622 27,071 26,804 57,574 57,099 Total 43,226 42,300 47,081 46,373 41,167 40,811 75,268 73, , , Madhya Pradesh Rural 113, ,829 90,237 90,426 17,709 17,744 23,122 23, , ,269 Urban 33,982 33,980 59,704 59,828 19,677 19,700 49,419 49, , ,968 Total 147, , , ,254 37,386 37,444 72,541 72, , , Maharashtra Rural 86,829 82, , ,227 89,085 83,580 51,207 51, , ,523 Urban 40,390 40,814 60,971 61,455 69,714 69,477 50,912 51, , ,464 Total 127, , , , , , , , , , Manipur Rural 6,611 6,563 6,438 6,385 6,255 6,003 1,667 1,659 20,971 20,610 Urban 1,671 1,675 2,577 2,575 3,157 3,157 1,543 1,545 8,948 8,952 Total 8,282 8,238 9,015 8,960 9,412 9,160 3,210 3,204 29,919 29, Meghalaya Rural 12,587 12,675 4,469 4,546 3,100 3, ,949 21,212 Urban 1,641 1,651 1, ,025 2,015 1,380 1,381 6,074 6,020 Total 14,228 14,326 5,497 5,519 5,125 5,186 2,173 2,201 27,023 27, Mizoram Rural 2,847 2,899 3,327 3,270 1,252 1, ,542 7,537 Urban 1,674 1,682 2,909 2,987 1,313 1, ,835 6,921 Total 4,521 4,581 6,236 6,257 2,565 2,567 1,055 1,053 14,377 14, Seventh All India School Education Survey

18 TABLE 2 (Contd.) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Category of Schools Sl. No. State / U.T. Area Primary Upper Primary Secondary Higher Secondary All Schools A B A B A B A B A B Nagaland Rural 6,329 6,386 3,875 3,927 2,668 2, ,117 13,245 Urban ,009 1,870 1, ,239 4,315 Total 7,160 7,217 4,830 4,936 4,538 4, ,356 17, Orissa Rural 87,981 77,584 45,553 41,545 47,437 44,441 3,452 3, , ,966 Urban 8,915 8,702 7,479 7,620 11,656 11,018 2,010 1,997 30,060 29,337 Total 96,896 86,286 53,032 49,165 59,093 55,459 5,462 5, , , Punjab Rural 42,254 34,960 12,828 11,144 21,137 18,795 24,429 21, ,648 86,384 Urban 7,013 6,326 2,608 2,529 10,260 9,902 22,284 21,233 42,165 39,990 Total 49,267 41,286 15,436 13,673 31,397 28,697 46,713 42, , , Rajasthan Rural 82,172 77, , ,463 36,741 34,282 26,308 23, , ,161 Urban 15,177 14,428 47,072 46,338 22,702 22,686 33,139 31, , ,961 Total 97,349 92, , ,801 59,443 56,968 59,447 55, , , Sikkim Rural 2,952 2,712 1,639 1,709 1,632 1,669 1,580 1,588 7,803 7,678 Urban Total 2,952 2,712 1,691 1,761 1,834 1,875 1,729 1,756 8,206 8, Tamil Nadu Rural 83,738 78,032 36,151 31,720 26,561 25,811 34,099 32, , ,418 Urban 45,456 45,514 25,808 24,768 28,226 30,852 96, , , ,048 Total 129, ,546 61,959 56,488 54,787 56, , , , ,466 Teachers and their Qualifications 15

19 TABLE 2 (Contd.) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Category of Schools Sl. No. State / U.T. Area Primary Upper Primary Secondary Higher Secondary All Schools A B A B A B A B A B Tripura Rural 8,511 8,471 5,182 5,221 7,715 7,717 6,180 6,184 27,588 27,593 Urban ,273 1,273 3,754 3,754 5,967 5,979 Total 8,952 8,914 5,681 5,730 8,988 8,990 9,934 9,938 33,555 33, Uttar Pradesh Rural 189, ,746 71,853 99,710 23,375 24,657 62,861 63, , ,809 Urban 61,177 88,269 34,679 47,104 14,536 16,969 69,963 72, , ,670 Total 250, , , ,814 37,911 41, , , , , Uttranchal Rural 32,638 29,779 13,786 12,260 6,379 4,993 15,873 12,000 68,676 59,032 Urban 7,656 7,289 3,225 3,066 1,536 1,362 9,971 8,973 22,388 20,690 Total 40,294 37,068 17,011 15,326 7,915 6,355 25,844 20,973 91,064 79, West Bengal Rural 121, ,676 9,795 9,319 47,483 41,407 36,054 32, , ,875 Urban 30,815 30,640 1,927 1,816 18,907 16,479 41,649 38,326 93,298 87,261 Total 152, ,316 11,722 11,135 66,390 57,886 77,703 70, , , A & N Islands Rural ,185 1,142 3,237 3,054 Urban ,270 1,257 Total ,970 1,915 4,507 4, Chandigarh Rural Urban ,154 1,900 3,136 2,900 5,637 5,068 Total ,522 2,195 3,310 3,043 6,323 5, Seventh All India School Education Survey

20 TABLE 2 (Contd.) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHING POSTS SANCTIONED AND FULL-TIME TEACHERS IN POSITION Category of Schools Sl. No. State / U.T. Area Primary Upper Primary Secondary Higher Secondary All Schools A B A B A B A B A B D & N Haveli Rural Urban Total ,167 1, Daman & Diu Rural Urban Total Delhi Rural 1,878 1, ,752 2,359 6,129 5,455 Urban 22,068 20,608 7,917 7,510 9,558 8,635 53,737 49,744 93,280 86,497 Total 23,946 22,382 8,581 8,106 10,393 9,361 56,489 52,103 99,409 91, Lakshadweep Rural Urban Total Pondicherry Rural ,058 2,916 Urban ,445 1,436 2,420 2,421 5,689 5,635 Total 1,837 1,771 1,659 1,613 2,273 2,215 2,978 2,952 8,747 8,551 Rural 1,461,748 1,506,594 1,142,769 1,113, , , , ,086 3,699,064 3,665,857 INDIA Urban 378, , , , , , , ,512 1,816,763 1,864,412 Total 1,840,043 1,913,575 1,596,103 1,580,536 1,015, ,560 1,063,954 1,042,598 5,515,827 5,530,269 Note : Full-time teachers include para-teachers also. : A - Sanctioned posts; B - Full-time teachers in position. Teachers and their Qualifications 17

21 TABLE 3 MANAGEMENTWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS School Category: Primary Area Management Full-time Teachers Para-teachers Part-time Teachers Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Government 543, , ,042 28,095 17,321 45,416 1, ,762 Local Body 329, , ,476 17,105 12,402 29, Rural Private Aided 29,914 32,546 62, , Private Unaided 88,051 40, ,124 1,434 2,118 3,552 3,652 1,541 5,193 Total 991, ,076 1,427,102 47,178 32,314 79,492 5,722 2,696 8,418 Government 34,321 66, , , Local Body 34,893 55,839 90, ,559 2, Urban Private Aided 14,230 41,484 55, , Private Unaided 50,137 98, , ,774 5,737 2,088 2,572 4,660 Total 133, , ,590 2,409 7,982 10,391 2,427 3,196 5,623 Government 577, , ,308 28,482 18,207 46,689 1, ,955 Local Body 364, , ,208 17,825 13,961 31, ,184 Total Private Aided 44,144 74, , ,236 2, ,049 Private Unaided 138, , ,002 2,397 6,892 9,289 5,740 4,113 9,853 Total 1,124, ,085 1,823,692 49,587 40,296 89,883 8,149 5,892 14, Seventh All India School Education Survey

22 TABLE 4 MANAGEMENTWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS School Category : Upper Primary Area Management Full-time Teachers Para-teachers Part-time Teachers Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Government 372, , ,668 4,222 7,171 11, Local Body 187, , ,638 31,271 25,335 56, Rural Private Aided 50,164 34,521 84, , Private Unaided 117,453 44, ,139 3,178 3,581 6,759 3,720 1,479 5,199 Total 728, ,900 1,037,130 39,539 36,716 76,255 5,200 2,464 7,664 Government 35,941 57,139 93, Local Body 24,955 50,036 74,991 1,246 2,319 3, Urban Private Aided 23,408 44,546 67, ,223 1, Private Unaided 81, , ,579 2,314 7,065 9,379 2,277 2,953 5,230 Total 166, , ,604 4,515 11,032 15,547 2,713 3,634 6,347 Government 408, , ,748 4,451 7,596 12, ,039 Local Body 212, , ,629 32,517 27,654 60, Total Private Aided 73,572 79, ,639 1,594 1,852 3, ,690 Private Unaided 199, , ,718 5,492 10,646 16,138 5,997 4,432 10,429 Total 894, ,485 1,488,734 44,054 47,748 91,802 7,913 6,098 14,011 Teachers and their Qualifications 19

23 TABLE 5 MANAGEMENTWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS School Category : Secondary Area Management Full-time Teachers Para-teachers Part-time Teachers Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Government 178,793 60, , ,300 1, ,289 Local Body 57,255 19,704 76,959 4,925 2,236 7, Rural Private Aided 130,725 39, ,208 2, , ,055 Private Unaided 75,808 32, , ,084 1,846 3, ,186 Total 442, , ,376 8,760 4,656 13,416 5,241 1,636 6,877 Government 31,074 33,933 65, Local Body 10,460 11,706 22, Urban Private Aided 50,987 55, , , ,173 Private Unaided 68, , , ,452 3,117 2,413 2,006 4,419 Total 161, , ,634 2,061 4,073 6,134 3,394 2,801 6,195 Government 209,867 94, , ,626 1, ,710 Local Body 67,715 31,410 99,125 5,304 2,698 8, Total Private Aided 181,712 94, ,705 3,192 1,767 4,959 1, ,228 Private Unaided 144, , ,404 1,427 3,536 4,963 5,611 2,994 8,605 Total 603, , ,010 10,821 8,729 19,550 8,635 4,437 13, Seventh All India School Education Survey

24 TABLE 6 MANAGEMENTWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS School Category : Higher Secondary Area Management Full-time Teachers Para-teachers Part-time Teachers Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Government 127,598 56, , ,001 2, ,905 Local Body 9,938 2,936 12, Rural Private Aided 136,180 35, ,894 2, ,172 3, ,571 Private Unaided 40,149 23,276 63, , ,821 Total 313, , ,851 3,614 1,621 5,235 9,016 2,495 11,511 Government 84,627 84, , ,546 1,376 2,922 Local Body 10,633 10,500 21, Urban Private Aided 115,184 86, ,265 1,595 1,567 3,162 2,992 2,392 5,384 Private Unaided 71, , ,159 1,505 4,191 5,696 3,631 2,967 6,598 Total 282, , ,533 3,589 6,390 9,979 8,287 6,944 15,231 Government 212, , ,634 1, ,649 3,669 2,158 5,827 Local Body 20,571 13,436 34, Total Private Aided 251, , ,159 4,005 2,329 6,334 6,837 3,118 9,955 Private Unaided 111, , ,584 1,932 4,743 6,675 6,505 3,914 10,419 Total 596, ,381 1,027,384 7,203 8,011 15,214 17,303 9,439 26,742 Teachers and their Qualifications 21

25 TABLE 7 MANAGEMENTWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS School Category : All Schools Area Management Full-time Teachers Para-teachers Part-time Teachers Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Government 1,222, ,686 1,689,137 33,799 25,311 59,110 4,833 1,988 6,821 Local Body 584, , ,947 53,348 40,009 93,357 1, ,213 Rural Private Aided 346, , ,247 6,143 2,652 8,795 5,429 1,608 7,037 Private Unaided 321, , ,128 5,801 7,335 13,136 13,444 4,955 18,399 Total 2,475,702 1,015,757 3,491,459 99,091 75, ,398 25,179 9,291 34,470 Government 185, , ,329 1,061 1,840 2,901 1,914 1,796 3,710 Local Body 80, , ,022 2,535 4,623 7, Urban Private Aided 203, , ,430 3,531 4,532 8,063 4,142 3,743 7,885 Private Unaided 272, , ,580 5,447 18,482 23,929 10,409 10,498 20,907 Total 742,920 1,079,441 1,822,361 12,574 29,477 42,051 16,821 16,575 33,396 Government 1,408, ,052 2,117,466 34,860 27,151 62,011 6,747 3,784 10,531 Local Body 665, ,221 1,059,969 55,883 44, ,515 1,829 1,278 3,107 Total Private Aided 550, , ,677 9,674 7,184 16,858 9,571 5,351 14,922 Private Unaided 593, ,040 1,215,708 11,248 25,817 37,065 23,853 15,453 39,306 Total 3,218,622 2,095,198 5,313, , , ,449 42,000 25,866 67, Seventh All India School Education Survey

26 School Category : Primary TABLE 8 STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS Sl. Full-time Teachers Para-Teachers Part-time Teachers No. State / U.T. Area Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Andhra Pradesh Rural 81,610 41, ,133 10,035 5,442 15, Urban 12,046 25,809 37, ,646 2, Total 93,656 67, ,988 10,608 7,088 17, Arunachal Pradesh Rural 1, , Urban Total 2, , Assam Rural 53,569 22,286 75, Urban 2,763 6,222 8, Total 56,332 28,508 84, Bihar Rural 62,148 11,719 73, Urban 2,132 3,009 5, Total 64,280 14,728 79, Chhattisgarh Rural 40,822 10,501 51, Urban 3,096 4,469 7, Total 43,918 14,970 58, Goa Rural 372 1,018 1, Urban 108 1,028 1, Total 480 2,046 2, Teachers and their Qualifications 23

27 School Category : Primary TABLE 8 (Contd) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS Sl. Full-time Teachers Para-Teachers Part-time Teachers No. State / U.T. Area Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Gujarat Rural 4,154 2,461 6,615 2,348 2,501 4, Urban 1,235 4,519 5, Total 5,389 6,980 12,369 2,636 3,175 5, Haryana Rural 19,265 14,225 33, Urban 1,284 4,652 5, Total 20,549 18,877 39, Himachal Pradesh Rural 14,512 10,583 25,095 1,624 1,199 2, Urban 153 1,013 1, Total 14,665 11,596 26,261 1,631 1,223 2, Jammu & Kashmir Rural 14,207 7,005 21,212 1, , Urban 878 2,492 3, Total 15,085 9,497 24,582 1, , Jharkhand Rural 23,006 4,387 27, Urban 850 1,334 2, Total 23,856 5,721 29, Karnataka Rural 31,508 17,440 48, , Urban 2,250 7,316 9, Total 33,758 24,756 58, , Seventh All India School Education Survey

28 School Category : Primary TABLE 8 (Contd) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS Sl. Full-time Teachers Para-Teachers Part-time Teachers No. State / U.T. Area Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Kerala Rural 9,412 23,240 32, Urban 2,239 7,319 9, Total 11,651 30,559 42, Madhya Pradesh Rural 88,644 25, , Urban 12,933 21,047 33, Total 101,577 46, , Maharashtra Rural 52,918 24,779 77,697 2,807 1,847 4, Urban 9,730 29,543 39, ,019 1, Total 62,648 54, ,970 3,329 2,866 6, Manipur Rural 4,375 2,188 6, Urban , Total 5,072 3,166 8, Meghalaya Rural 6,745 5,885 12, Urban 415 1,229 1, Total 7,160 7,114 14, Mizoram Rural 1,782 1,064 2, Urban 573 1,100 1, Total 2,355 2,164 4, Teachers and their Qualifications 25

29 School Category : Primary TABLE 8 (Contd) STATEWISE NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN SCHOOLS Sl. Full-time Teachers Para-Teachers Part-time Teachers No. State / U.T. Area Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Naga1and Rural 4,191 2,151 6, Urban Total 4,480 2,693 7, Orissa Rural 53,260 17,924 71,184 4,291 2,109 6, Urban 2,630 5,927 8, Total 55,890 23,851 79,741 4,357 2,188 6, Punjab Rural 14,268 20,692 34, Urban 702 5,624 6, Total 14,970 26,316 41, Rajasthan Rural 57,154 18,884 76, ,498 1, Urban 6,050 8,378 14, Total 63,204 27,262 90, ,498 1, Sikkim Rural 1,695 1,008 2, Urban Total 1,695 1,008 2, Tamil Nadu Rural 30,950 46,024 76, , Urban 6,662 35,427 42, ,252 3, Total 37,612 81, , ,156 4, Seventh All India School Education Survey

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